Ninilchik Alaska | Cook Inlet Fishing
With a population of roughly 800+ people, this scenic small quaint town is situated 180 miles southwest of Anchorage! The demographic for Ninilchik is mostly Russian culture that stemmed from migration from the Kodiak region. Prior to today’s reputation of being one of the best fishing communities on the Kenai Peninsula, the little town of Ninilchik, Alaska began as a fur trading village in the early 1840’s!
This tiny, photogenic town extends roughly 4 miles along the Sterling Highway and is positioned between South of Soldotna and North of Homer. Though this town may be small, it’s focus is tourism and it draws in thousands of people every Summer for fishing (both commercial and local), culture, and simply those who want to enjoy a peaceful town situated on some of the prettiest waters Alaska has to offer!
While staying with us, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy local shopping, exciting seasonal events, small town dining, and of course, Alaska’s wildlife!
Whether you choose to make the scenic drive or fly down to the Kenai airport, you’re in for a real treat with the variety of Alaskan adventures Ninilchik has to offer. To learn more, view the Ninilchik Chamber of Commerce!
We look forward to seeing you this season!